Monday, September 2, 2013

Spring Scala 1.0.0.RC1 is out

I happy to say that just a few days ago Spring Source deployed the very first release candidate of Spring Scala, one of the open source projects I'm involved into. If you are not a kind of "no framework" zealot and use Scala, you definitely must check out this project.

Spring Scala 1.0.0.RC1 comes with many minor fixes and enhancements. Some of them are:
  • fixed some infamous stack overflow exceptions
  • upgraded project to use the latest version of Scala (2.10.2)
  • added bean access syntactic sugar to application context
  • enhanced transactions support
  • added basic Spring Test support
  • added component scan DSL support
  • and many more
Starting from this version Spring Scala will be distributed with Scala version suffix (to follow SBT versioning  convention). In order to enjoy the latest RC in your Maven project, use the following build configuration.
Keep in mind that Spring Scala is still looking for feature requests to be implemented and, at last but not least, contributors.

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